Swordtember continues throughout October! Featuring a Cutlass, a Jian that will Keal, and a Kilij.
A Gladius only makes sense when paired with the Scutum.
And rapiers mean depicting the greatest sword fight ever written.
Can’t really tell the difference between a Kopis and a Falcata, besides the horse shape on the hilt for the Falcata. A close up it is then.
The thing about researching swords is finding out how some names are not as well defined as the other. Skipped Scimitar as it’s a very loose definition of a type of curved swords, which made it hard to pinpoint what to draw. And apparently there are two interpretations of what a Claymore is: it’s either a very long two-handed sword or a basket-hilt broadsword.